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In a tiny room like that, with unspecified materials, the quickest way to find out is to try it. My optimum in a home studio ended up being this… My ceiling is also partially sloped. Room is approx 15'x12'x10'. There is no real scientific rationale for this layout working. It just started out as the best way the gear fit in the room, but measurements ...


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Record the two mics as two channels. Then you can decide what you want to do when mixing. As this seems to be very uncommon, there probably is a reason. Only way to know for sure is to test it (takes about 15 minutes, so why even ask here? )


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carpets One of the reasons the carpet is not a good material for the studio is that it is messing with the reflections bouncing off of the floor which is a vital component of how we perceive sound in our natural environments. The same, of course, goes for excessive use of absorbing materials in walls/ceilings, etc. It's really hard to re-adjust yourself to a ...


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